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New Technique Solves IAQ Mystery In Office Building

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Richard Fogarty, president of New Trend Environmental Services Ltd., loves a good mystery. He especially likes the ones where the suspects are concealed and the clues are invisible. His favorites
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Single-Source Solutions: System Modeling (January 2001)

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System modeling is a great design-build solution.
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Hvac In The Host City (January 2001)

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Three high-profile projects shine a spotlight on hvac in Atlanta - be it guaranteeing hot water for guests, keeping the ice play-ready for its pro team, or accommodating scores of people destined to visit in the future. As AHR/ASHRAE visitors pull in late this month, they'll find a city that's more than ready.
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The Desiccant Debate Continues (January 2001)

By Joanna Turpin
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Although oversizing of conventional systems is still a culprit at large, and certain desiccant advantages seem clear, some engineers would most like to get their hands on independent research proving exactly when desiccants are the superior dehumidification option.
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Commissioning Building Humidification Systems (January 2001)

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Are humidity controls raining on your parade? Use the commissioning process to ensure that future systems do their job right.
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Coil Bypass: Fighting Summertime Humidity (January 2001)

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Is there a better strategy for warm-weather humidity control waiting somewhere out there? For environments like pharmaceutical or micro-electronic facilities, the coil bypass technique could be the answer. The author crunches some hard numbers to examine the advantages of using "free reheat."
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Hot Water, Savings Enjoy Long Stay At The Inn

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In December of 1998, the 170-unit St. Petersburg North La Quinta® Inn in St. Petersburg, FL, replaced its three aging water heating systems. The previous systems were more than 10
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Concerns About Climate, Safety Lead To Innovations At Prison

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When you say "Colorado," most people think of snow, skiing, and white-capped mountains. To the hvac engineer, these images also bring to mind concerns about reducing heat loss, improving thermal
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Commissioning: Getting It Right: Different Types Of Commissioning (January 2001)

By Rebecca Thatcher Ellis, P.E.
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Can you name the different types of commissioning?
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Tomorrow's Engineer: Creating The Design Engineer's Manual (January 2001)

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The design engineer's manual is a book for all reasons.
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